Becky Lynch Discloses WWE’s Seth Rollins’ Knee Surgery for Torn Meniscus

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WWE’s Seth Rollins Had Surgery on Knee Injury For Torn Meniscus, Becky Lynch Reveals

WWE superstar Seth Rollins recently underwent surgery for a torn meniscus, a revelation made by fellow WWE star Becky Lynch during an appearance on the Late Late Show.

This news follows reports by Mike Johnson of PW Insider indicating that Rollins had previously suffered a Grade 2 MCL tear and a partially torn meniscus in his left knee back in January. Despite this, Rollins returned to the ring on March 9 after nearly two months of recuperation, with his last matches taking place at WrestleMania on April 6 and 7.

Rollins’ timetable for a return remains uncertain, as there has been no official word on when he might be back in action. Despite his knee injuries, Rollins exhibited remarkable resilience by wrestling seven times between March 9 and April 7. His matches included several tag team bouts alongside Cody Rhodes, as well as a high-profile encounter against Roman Reigns and The Rock at WrestleMania.

Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins (Credits: Inside The Ropes)

Rollins’ determination and work ethic were evident throughout this period, as he continued to perform despite the significant physical challenges posed by his knee injuries. His participation in multiple matches, including dropping the World Heavyweight Championship belt to Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania, underscored his commitment to his craft and the fans.

The news of Rollins’ surgery comes as a setback for both him and the WWE community. He had enjoyed a successful reign as champion, culminating in his involvement in memorable storylines and matches. Now, Rollins faces a period of rest and rehabilitation as he aims for a full recovery and a return to the ring at his best.

While Rollins’ absence will be felt, his fans and colleagues will undoubtedly support him during this challenging time. With his track record of resilience and determination, there’s optimism that Rollins will make a triumphant return to WWE action once he has fully recovered from his injuries.


By James Brown

A passionate and driven individual currently pursuing a Bachelor of Technology (BTech) degree in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). Born on 06 February, hails from Raipur, where their journey into the world of technology and creativity began.

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